It’s been 4 years since the 4th stimulus check, and people are still feeling the effects. The 4th of July is often a time to reflect on how much things have changed in 4 years. What is your favorite memory from 4 years ago? Was it when you were at the 4th of July party? Or was it when you were with your family for the 4-hour holiday weekend?
The memories we make will be different this year because our country has changed so much in just one more year. Last year, we all felt proud that unemployment rates had decreased by 2%. This year, some experts predict that unemployment rates could increase again if there isn’t another stimulus check before November 6th!
It’s 4 years later, and the 4th stimulus check is affecting us still. 4th of July memories are different because our country has changed so much in just one more year. Last year unemployment rates had decreased by a total of two percent. This year experts predict that if there isn’t another stimulus check before November we will see an increase in unemployment rates.
The 4th stimulus check has had a major impact on our country 4 years later and it isn’t over yet! Will we see an increase in unemployment rates if there is no 4th stimulus check before November? 4-year old memories of the 4th are different because they have changed so much more since last year when unemployment was down by two percent. This year experts predict that without another stimulus check, unemployment will once again rise.
Here’s how to stay up-to-date: 4th stimulus check. 4 years later, unemployment rates may increase again if there is no 4th stimulus check before November! Make a 4 year old 4th of July memory and share it with your family this weekend on the 4 hour holiday!
4th of July is often a time to reflect on how much things have changed in the past 4 years. With this year being the 4th anniversary of stimulus checks, we’ve been thinking about what our favorite memory from four years ago was and if it has changed over these last few years. Do you remember that one summer day at your local park? The Fourth of July party with all those friends? Or spending time with family for the long holiday weekend? Though times may change, memories stay forever!